International tax & business Litigation Tax administration

Resolving tax disputes in a global environment

Source: QLD

Published Date: 24 Aug 2017


This presentation covers:

  • how did we get here?
  • internationalisation of tax disputes
  • where to from here?
  • preparing for site visits from revenue authorities and trends and developments of joint audits.

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Resolving tax disputes in a global environment - An Australian perspective

Author(s): Sarah Blakelock


  • Published By: Sarah Blakelock
  • Published On:24 Aug 2017
  • Took place at:Brisbane Marriott Hotel, Brisbane

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